Georgia's largest annual music festival, held each year in Savannah, is underway.
The Savannah Music Festival event is held over a 17-day period and features more than 100 concerts. Overall more than 100,000 people will attend the events, which creates lots of jobs and economic activity.
This week on Georgia Works Radio we talk to Chairman Harold Yellin to find out what makes this event so incredibly popular.
With the end of March, millions of Americans turn their attention to "tax time" with the April 15 deadline approaching.
This week on Georgia Works Radio we also talk to the author of a retirement guide for "baby boomers" entitled Don't Eat Dog Food When You're Old. Financial planner Roger Roemmich says planning for taxes is one of single most important parts of planning for retirement. We'll find out what else you can do to make sure the golden years are truly "golden".
Please join us for radio at its best on Georgia Works.